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Old July 17, 2013, 09:56 PM   #30
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Join Date: December 14, 2012
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I would have casually looked at the holster to ensure it was secure and not poor locking snap for the retainer and the type of pistol. If I felt there was a problem, I'd ask the range master to inspect it. If I felt a range was not safe, I'd sacrifice my 15$ and leave. When I go to a range, before I pay, I look thru the windows to see if the gene pool looks acceptable. I have left when it didn't. Most of the time, it was when I see laughing and carrying on an not strictly focused on the range and its rules. I always speak up stating to the hired help or manager that if this continues, I will contact the owner. Owners can find range masters who will do the job, but it is hard to find customers when the word gets out about their business is unsafe.
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